The Nursery of the Future Sheds light on its strong, idealistic concepts specially designed for future-building of kids
Driven and influenced by the far-sighted vision of HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and developed in partnership with Al Tamimi Investments, Ora, the Nursery of the Future, organized a networking event for mothers living in the UAE.
The event, first in a series, was specially designed for mothers who are highly concerned about their kids, always think about their education and bright future and want them to lead a successful life.
Moms who attended the event interacted with Ora teams in conducive atmosphere and reposed full confidence in the nursery and its plans for the kids.
“The late Sheikh Zayed, Founder of the UAE, had said, “The real asset of any advanced nation is its people, especially the educated ones, and the prosperity and success of the people are measured by the standard of their education.” Under these glittering words of the UAE’s Founder, Ora, the Nursery of the Future, works closely with parents to guide them through their kids’ learning journey, which the Nursey updates on daily basis to meet parents’ expectations,” said Tanja Spasojevic, General Manager of Ora, the Nursery of the Future.
“Our teams informed the ladies about Ora’s four strong future-building concepts including: Leadership, Happiness and Positivity, Technology and Coding, and Advanced Sciences. Participants were also informed on how Ora integrates these concepts into daily activities for the kids,” added Spasojevic.
The main purpose of the event was also meant to inform moms that Ora is a matchless nursery where children will be absolutely in a home-like comfort and environment while being trained for a range of educational activities.
Internationally qualified and trained teams at Ora makes the nursery inimitable and positions it incomparable as far as the future of kids matters. The nursery welcomes parents to bring their kids aged from infancy (45days) up to five years.
The Ora team-parents interaction was not just to market and promote Ora but it was organized to provide moms an opportunity to have full knowledge about the set-up and discuss every point they have on their mind about their children’s care before bringing in them for admission.
The event received overwhelming response from parents as a number of women contacted Ora to register themselves for the next event of the series which will be held in November.